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Roland DG’s next-generation TrueVIS printers and printer cutters have highlighted a useful feature that’s available in VersaWorks 6. The latest TrueVIS VF2-640 printer boasts new Green and Orange ink that allows for an expanded colour gamut, but did you know that any Roland DG printer running VersaWorks 6 can benefit from this enhancement?
Businesses, artists, designers, military people, racecar drivers, gearheads and other people have been putting graphics on vehicles since horses were pulling carts. The following infographic leads you on a design journey from paintbrush to printer with fun facts and fascinating data.
In the year of 2020, signs are everywhere. From retailers, corporate office spaces, restaurants and schools, signs such as decals, wall and window signs and floor graphics, are becoming increasingly important to convey the COVID-19 safety, health and hygiene message.
What could you do with a bigger colour gamut? Add exciting vibrancy to your work or produce more natural tones? Print neutral greys and smooth gradations or show off your creative flair with the brightest, brashest colours? Roland DG has developed TR2-GR, a new ink in stunning green, to give your business more colour options to explore.
As you get back to business, there are a few things you need to do to keep your printer cutter in optimal working condition. Take a look at this step-by-step maintenance walkthrough we performed on our TrueVIS VG2 Series printer cutter and other large format inkjet devices.
With consumers becoming more comfortable with purchasing a variety of products online, many industries do not need a physical store location to remain competitive in their market. For owners of bricks and mortar stores, who are now facing a global online market, competition has never been fiercer. Rather than sitting back and watching the sales roll in, retailers must adapt to this ever-changing landscape – or risk falling behind.
In today’s digital print environment, the types and quality of posters that can be created has certainly come in leaps and bounds over the past two centuries. Still used as a popular form of advertising and communication, posters are now made using a range of technologies and substrates.